Hi! Is there a way to link an audio parameter (for example mute/unmute), to a logic function? In our installations, we often have pushbuttons with "on air" LEDs to indicate if a certain microphone is muted or not. This is possible to do with the pushbutton through GPI to a logic toggle that selects parametersets accordingly. But we want indication for the mute function, not just the logic toggle. If a user mutes that microphone via remote app or CC-64 the logic toggle will not be triggered.
First of all i wasn't sure to post this on bug reporting or a feature request. Is there a hardware limitation on why these two ports don't work exactly the same? At first it would seem like they do, but windows recognize them as different devices, with onboard USB you lose the volume control from windows volume slider like you have on the EX-UH. A client reported us this and I thought it was a simple solution as setting the default audio output on windows, but its not. This subtle volume...
Hi Lars, You can recall Psets using Logic using "Parameter Set Recall" Attached an example of driving (GPI / direct mute of the gain block) the mute LED without the use of a Pset. I hope this will solve your issue. BR Arno
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